My wife and I arrived in the afternoon and we were surprised that in spite of the bad weather, there was a good turnout at the event. I even jokingly said that we just got off the LRT and are we now back in it?
As expected, there were lots of stores selling toys of all kinds. There were display booths. My favorite, MaxiCollectors was there.There was even a speaker talking about what I think was figure customization. Kids and adults alike were milling all over the event floor.
We braved the crowds and were able to browse through all the stores. I finally found the store that I’m looking for, the one selling Hot Wheels for only P60 a car. I’m actually collecting cars on the Hot Wheels Blings line that were released around 2004 and 2005. I already have a couple of them which I bought at 168 and at ToyCon. Now this store has plenty of them. I bought around 11 Blings cars plus 3 more on the … line. After that, I decided to close my wallet and to just take some pictures while I roamed around. It was tiring but enjoyable nonetheless.
Here’s a bird’s eye view of the event floor:
|One could get lost here!|
|Superman is back!|
Here’s an Iron Man cosplayer. I shouldn’t have used the flash. But I guess it was not so bad.
|“I am Iron Man!”|
Lastly, V from V for Vendetta. I remember taking a picture of this guy from the last ToyCon.
|“Remember, remember, the Fifth of November…”|
In the next post, I’ll post some toys…